The TLT Vacation Scheme is a paid work experience programme whereby you will work on live legal work under the supervision of a fee-earning member of staff. The Vacation Scheme is designed to provide you with an insight into the life of a Trainee Solicitor at TLT, working with our clients to provide a range of legal services.  

No two days will be the same, however, your time with TLT will consist of: working on live cases; attending meetings; attending court/events with your team; reviewing documentation; attending social events; and really just experiencing our culture first-hand. 

Those who attend the Vacation Scheme will be considered for a Training Contract with TLT. TLT is now committed to the SQE as a route to qualification and will only facilitate and sponsor studying this with our preferred Training Provider; those who hold the LPC will be exempt from the SQE 1 examination. From time to time we may have earlier start dates available based on business need, the Early Careers team will discuss this opportunity with you at offer stage based on the information provided on your application.  

Our minimum requirements are: 

Penultimate year/final year law student*; or 

Graduate from any discipline (PGDL will be required prior to commencement of SQE prep course); 

2:1 degree (obtained or predicted) 

120 UCAS points at A Level or equivalent 
*In Scotland and Northern Ireland our Vacation Scheme is open to Law Students only. 

We are a firm that values fairness and respect and are committed to inclusion. We seek to recruit the best people, from every background, regardless of their personal circumstances and use the Rare Contextual Recruitment System (CRS) to understand each applicant’s achievements in the context in which they have been gained. Once your application is complete, you will receive an email inviting you to complete a CRS form for consideration alongside your application.

Vacation Scheme
Training and apprenticeships
Closing Date
Wednesday 10 January 2024
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